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Your favorite keyboard shortcuts?
A lot of people know stuff like CTRL + C (Copy) and CTRL + V (Paste), but what are your favorite keyboard shortcuts? I'll go first... 🤔🤣👀🐱👓🌹 EMOJIS! By pressing the Windows key (the button next to Alt) and . at the same time it will bring up the emoji keyboard. Windows doesn't really tell you this anywhere, so many people don't know it exists. Spice up a dry e-mail with some expressive faces. 😉 Anyway, what are your favorite keyboard shortcuts?
shortcut for audio channel switch
When you press play on the keyboard you have spotify and youtube open how can you switch between these two audio channels. If you press play and it starts youtube but you want to start spotify, how can you switch with a keyboard shortcut?
Creating a shortcut in a folder
1. On File Explorer, navigate to a folder in the navigation pane. 2. Right-click inside a white window, point to New, and then click Shortcut. 3. Type [drive:][path]filename.ext and press ENTER. (For example, you could type "c:\documents\reports.docx" (without the quotation marks)). 4. Type the name of a shortcut and press ENTER.
Do you know what the Windows key + D shortcut does?
Test your knowledge. Do you know what the Windows key + D shortcut does? Don't know? Try it!
Common keyboard shortcuts
Here are common keyboard shortcuts that you may be familiar with: ALT+F4 - Close an app ALT+SPACEBAR - Open a menu where you can maximise, minimise, or close an app ALT+TAB - Switch between apps CTRL+C - Copy text/file/folder CTRL+X - Cut text/file/folder CTRL+V - Paste text/file/folder CTRL+B - Enable bold text in a word-processing app CTRL+I - Enable italic text in a word-processing app CTRL+U - Enable underlined text in a word-processing app CTRL+P - Print a document or picture in an app F12 - Save a document in a different name in a word-processing app WINDOWS LOGO+E - Open File Explorer WINDOWS LOGO+TAB - Open Task View for virtual desktops, app switching, and recent documents/websites F11 - Make File Explorer or a web browser go full-screen F1 - Get help for an app F2 - Rename a file/folder CTRL+SHIFT+N - Create a new folder on the desktop or in File Explorer WINDOWS LOGO+L - Lock your PC WINDOWS LOGO+A - Open Action Center WINDOWS LOGO+K - Connect to devices WINDOWS LOGO+I - Open Settings CTRL+Z - Undo an operation on a text/file/folder CTRL+Y - Redo an operation on a text/file/folder WINDOWS LOGO+D - Show or hide the desktop WINDOWS LOGO+U - Open Ease of Access WINDOWS LOGO+R - Open the Run dialog box CTRL+TAB - Move to the next tab CTRL+SHIFT+TAB - Move to a previous tab WINDOWS LOGO+P - Switch between displays WINDOWS LOGO+X - Open the power user menu CTRL+O - Open a file CTRL+S - Save a file CTRL+N - Create a new document CTRL+W - Close a tab/window F5 - Refresh a page/the desktop WINDOWS LOGO+SPACE - Switch between language inputs WINDOWS LOGO+COMMA (,) - Peek through desktop WINDOWS LOGO+S - Search for something WINDOWS LOGO+UP ARROW - Maximise a window WINDOWS LOGO+LEFT ARROW - Snap a window to the left WINDOWS LOGO+RIGHT ARROW - Snap a window to the right WINDOWS LOGO+DOWN ARROW - Unsnap/minimise a window WINDOWS LOGO+PAUSE - Open System Properties CTRL+A - Select all text/files/folders ALT+ENTER - Open the Properties dialog box for a file/folder
What's your most used Windows keyboard shortcut?
Share your most used shortcut (and what it does) and help others learn new tricks 🙌 Looking for a list? Check out some of our favorites on page 21 of our Windows 10 Guide: https://wincomm-cdn-prod-westus.azureedge.net/pdfs/windows-10-quick-start-guide.pdf
Windows 10 Shortcuts / Where to find them / Use them
Use this to help you along with all the possible shortcuts you can use on Windows 10 straight from Microsoft themselves. This is great to have when you are still learning the quick actions available on Windows 10. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12445/windows-keyboard-shortcuts
Creating shortcuts to folders in the SendTo folder
To create shortcuts to a folder in the SendTo folder: 1. Open the SendTo folder. To do this, press WINDOWS LOGO + R, type "shell:sendto" (without the quotes), and then press ENTER. 2. In the navigation pane, which is in the left-side of FIle Explorer, look for the folder, and then drag it to the SendTo folder while holding down ALT. Tip: This also works for another computers on the network if they have folders for storing documents. For example, you could create a shortcut to a folder, \\server\share\docs, from another computer to your SendTo folder.
So many shortcuts... I'm confused!
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-files/so-many-shortcuts-im-confused/847308f4-02c4-402a-8974-c92b80bf6af3?tm=1568479481522 This is a shortcut to my latest thread. Please reply to that thread, not this one.
Creating desktop shortcuts to shut down options
1. Right-click the desktop. 2. Point to New, and then click Shortcut. 3. Type the following shown below, press ENTER, type another following shown below and press ENTER (without the quotation marks): "shutdown -r -t 00" for "Restart Computer" "shutdown -s -t 00" for "Shut Down Computer" "shutdown -h -t 00" for "Put Computer In Hibernation" "shutdown -s -hybrid -t 00" for "Fast Shut Down" "shutdown -r -o -t 00" for "Recovery Options" "shutdown -l -t 00" for "Sign Out"
Display a shortcut menu for column headings in a note list. Ctrl + Shift + V. Move a note to a specific folder. WordPad keyboard shortcuts. The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with WordPad. Press this key. To do this. F1. Open WordPad Help. F3.
Open the shortcut menu for the active window. Alt + Left arrow. Go back. Alt + Right arrow. Go forward. Alt + Page Up. Move up one screen. Alt + Page Down. Move down one screen. Ctrl + F4. Close the active document (in apps that are full-screen and let you have multiple documents open at the same time). Ctrl + A. Select all items in a document ...
To quickly find a shortcut in this article, you can use the Search. Press Command+F, and then type your search words. The settings in some versions of the Mac operating system and some utility applications might conflict with keyboard shortcuts and function key operations in Office for Mac. For information about changing the key assignment of a ...
In Windows Explorer, browse to the document or file for which you want to create a desktop shortcut. Right-click the name of the document, and then click Create shortcut. In Windows 8 you would click Send To > Desktop (Create shortcut). A shortcut for that document or file appears on your desktop.